October 8, 2023
Summary: in this tutorial, you will learn how to export data from PostgreSQL tables to files in different types and formats.
You can transfer data from one database to another or export it in different types and formats:
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The process of exporting data follows a similar procedure for the supported formats. Therefore, in this guide, we will focus on the data exporting process using the
Select the table or tables you want to export. In the context menu, choose Export Data.
Note: you can also export data from custom SQL query results. To do that, choose Export data in the results context menu.
In the window that appears, choose
CSV and click Next.
Set your data extraction options (how the data will be read from the tables). This may affect the extraction’s performance. And set the export format option. They are specific to the data format you chose in step 2:
Set options for output files or clipboards. Note: Timestamp pattern is used here to target the file name pattern:
Review what you want to format and which format you will export. You can also save all your settings as a task in this step or change the task variables:
Press finish. See extraction progress. You can keep working with your database during the export process as the extraction will be performed in the background.